Is lotemax (loteprednol) safe for regular, long term use for allergies?

Probably not. Lotemax (loteprednol) is a steroid eye drop. Typically steroid eye drops are used short term for severe eye allergies. With long term use is the potential for glaucoma, cataracts and additional risks if a person gets an infection in their eye. Check with your eye doctor for a better long term medication.
Not safe . You shouldn't use steroid eye drops for a long time since it may cause glaucoma or increase intraoccular pressure, which can lead to losing your eyesight. Several other safer meds are available for treating allergies. Please consult with your local allergist. This med is used in case of severe eye allergy condition called vernal keratoconjunctivitis and need closed follow up by an eye doctor.